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Loving Frank by Nancy Horan
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Dec 16, 2009

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Meh. I can't drum up a lot of enthusiasm for this one, but it was a nice look inside the plight of an independent woman in the early 90's. Mamah struggles with the stigma of leaving her husband for another man, tries to find something intellectually stimulating to do while remaining a good mother--something the people around her tell her is impossible--and tries to deal with the impossible genius who is her soulmate. It's well written for what it is, though I think it goes on for too long, and I was hoping for more period detail.

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